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H3H3 Supports White Nationalism

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Go watch Ethan Klein's latest podcast right now holy shit he talks about how white people and particularly men have been unjustly made to feel guilt and shame for no reason, how black people weren't slaves "but were treated fairly equally to white men back then" and how the only solution is a white ethnostate he even mentions that Hitler's idea in theory was not evil

HOLY fuck guys watch Ethan's latest podcast has this guy completely lost his mind???

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tnk5-icylpA

Australians Showing Middle Finger Love Towards The American Flag

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A Biker is parked on the sidewalk in a group filmed cursing and throwing up his middle finger at an American as he proudly carries his American flag to the Adelaide Freedom Rally.

Americans, take notes on how much Aussies Love America.

So when do you plan on traveling to Australia?

https://youtu.be/EjwbBQzeXtU
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Gigachad, super Based Maryland Governor AND the FBI now investigating State's Attorney Mosby

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>this idiot should have shitcanned over the bungling of the Freddie Gray incident a few years back - look for Le Race Card to played anytime now, she already did it with the FBI

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/enough-is-enough-hogan-puts-sa-mosby-s-office-under-review-pushes-crime-bills-again/ar-AAR3wpj?ocid=msedgntp


As crime continues to take the lives of people in Baltimore City, Gov. Larry Hogan outlined a more tough-on-crime approach for Charm City and called on leadership inside the city to step up. The Annapolis announcement comes after the city surpassed 300 homicides for the seventh year in a row. “We’re outraged by the past 10 days of violence in the city which is kind of the most heart-wrenching I’ve seen in the seven years I’ve been here,” Hogan said. “This horrifying violence is tearing Baltimore city apart and enough is enough.” Hogan, who has been critical of City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby previously, doubled down on his frustration with Mosby’s prosecution policies and ordered a “top to bottom” review of the office. He said Mosby’s team hasn’t provided information and now, ordering her to provide the number of cases not prosecuted and why, the number of cases pleaded down to lower charges, and the number of violent offenders offered plea deals. “All of that state funding will remain pending and under review until that office provides [the] complete data,” Hogan said.
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Crashing & Burning State-run Corporate Media To Get Bailouts…

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…So They Can Keep Spewing Propaganda
On page 1,957 of the reconciliation bill, Democrats have included a $1.67 billion special tax handout to media companies, under the guise of helping "local" journalists. In reality the provision is a product of the DC lobbying swamp and will benefit large media corporations.
Companies of any size are eligible for the tax credit. Broadcast, print, and digital companies all qualify. Each company is allowed to claim the tax credit for up to 1,500 of their employees. How many humble village newspapers do you know that employ 1,500 people?
The Associated Press recently reported that the Gannett corporation publisher of USA Today could get as much as $127.5 million:
Should the tax break become law, Gannett, one of the nation’s largest remaining newspaper chains, could gain as much as $127.5 million over five years.
https://www.atr.org/reconciliation-bill-gives-special-tax-handout-big-media
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The Lab-Leak Theory Meets Its Perfect Match

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What are the odds, indeed.
>Both pandemic-origin arguments depend on coincidence.

>The evolutionary virologist Michael Worobey is trying to bring the pandemic-origins debate back to where it started: with the notion that the coronavirus made the jump to humans at the Huanan seafood market, in Wuhan, China. Last week, he argued in Science that, contrary to official timelines of infection, the "first known" patient was a market vendor selling shrimp. For Worobey, it's telling-to say the least-that this confirmed case, and most of the other very early ones, was linked to Huanan. In an interview with Jane Qiu, whose excellent rundown of the new analysis appeared on Friday in the MIT Technology Review, he calls a natural spillover in this spot "vastly more likely than any other scenarios based on what we now know."

>But the mystery is hardly solved. The Science piece doesn't say that the shrimp seller was patient zero in the outbreak. Indeed, Worobey's prior work suggests that the very first infection overall, whatever its source, must have occurred weeks earlier, in October or November 2019. And although many of the early, known COVID-19 patients were connected to the market, some were not.

>Worobey's analysis, which corroborates the work of several independent researchers, does not, then, disprove the possibility that the pandemic started from some other source, such as a laboratory accident. It does, however, serve to crystallize the underlying structure of this endless and confusing argument. Those inclined to think, like Worobey, that the pandemic must have started from a traded wild animal share a fundamental intuition with those who point their fingers at the lab: They've both looked at all the facts and then identified a grand coincidence, and they both believe that their theory-and only their theory-can explain it.
https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/11/lab-leak-covid-origin-coincidence-wet-market/620794/
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The Netherlands has decided to finance abortions for women from Poland.

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31 Kurds from Iraq and Iran drown to death trying to get from France to the UK

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"Impartial" Prosecutor in Ghislaine Maxwell case donated cash to Hillary's presidential campaign

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James Comey's daughter is a lead prosecutor on Ghislaine Maxwell sex trafficking case. Here's what we know about her.

>https://nypost.com/2021/11/23/no-plea-deal-for-ghislaine-maxwell-ahead-of-trial-next-week/
Still no plea deal for Ghislaine Maxwell, who heads to trial next week
>At Maxwell’s final pretrial hearing in the Manhattan courtroom where she’ll face a jury Monday, Judge Alison Nathan asked prosecutors and her defense attorneys if a plea deal had been offered.
>“None were communicated,” Assistant US Attorney Maurene Comey responded.
Maurene Comey was also lead prosecutor in the Epstein case before that prosecution was ended by the announcement of Epstein's death.

https://www.businessinsider.com/maurene-comey-james-comey-daughter-leading-jeffrey-epstein-case-2019-7

>Ghislaine Maxwell is being charged with child sex trafficking by New York federal prosecutors.
>One of three lead prosecutors is former FBI Director James Comey's daughter, Maurene.
>Here's what we know about Comey, who has worked at the US Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York since 2014 and graduated from Harvard Law School in 2013.
Well-connected financier Jeffrey Epstein's associate Ghislaine Maxwell has been charged with child sex trafficking and conspiracy by the US Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York.

Ghislaine Maxwell has brought plenty of familiar faces along with him into the spotlight, including former associates President Donald Trump and Bill Clinton. But one newcomer is 30-year-old Maurene Comey — the daughter of former FBI director James Comey — who is one of the three lead prosecutors on the case.

Despite her father's history of dominating the news cycle, Maurene Comey has largely stayed out of the spotlight, instead maintaining a low-profile legal career up until now.
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